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I am trying to add a link to a dashboard in a wiki page. I have the following in my Wiki page:
where PROJ1 is the project key and My_Dashboard is the dashboard name.
When I click in the Dashboard link I get the following error message:
Not found dashboard does not exist: PROJ1.My
What should I use instead of the dashboard name in the wiki link?
Wiki page uses Markdown syntax by default.
Please refer to the following URL for the syntax. https://www.markdownguide.org/basic-syntax/
Here is what I have done. I have a simple dashboard URL which is https://www.markdownguide.org/basic-syntax/
I want to embed this into Wiki with the name "Dashboard X"
Then in Wiki Edit, you could write the following - [Dashboard X](http://localhost:11000/projects/DRILLING101/dashboards/mP85585_drilling-101s-default-dashboard/view/vastxvg)
This is easily achieved when you actually just type Dashboard X, then highlight "Dashboard X" then click on the link icon, and just enter the above link.
I'm attaching a few screenshots for your information.
[[PROJECT_KEY.Wiki Article 1]] (my dataset)[dataset:PROJECT_KEY.dataset_name] (my model)[saved_model:PROJECT_KEY.model_id] (my project)[project:PROJECT_KEY]
The examples use the objects IDs, not URLs. I tried to use the URL, it didn't work.
This is also possible to do by using the Dataiku `bird` icon when editing in the wiki area:
so the trick with the Dashboards is to find out the dashboard key, which was not simple. In this case the info from the url was PTLfE6y_predictive-maintenance. BUT with the bird icon it wasn't necessary!